1951 Buick Super The Buick Super is a full-sized automobile
produced by Buick from 1940 through the 1958 model years, with a
brief hiatus from 1943 through 1945. The first generation shared
the longer wheelbase with the top level Roadmaster while offering
the smaller displacement engine from the Buick Special. The Super
prioritized passenger comfort over engine performance and was
replaced by the Riviera in 1963. For several years, it was called
the 'Buick Eight' or 'Super Eight' due to the engravement on the
grille while all Buick's since 1931 were all installed with the
Buick Straight-8 engine with varying engine displacement. Super
returned as a performance trim level on V8-powered LaCrosse and
Lucerne sedans from 2008 until 2011. Designed by Harley Earl Please
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1951 Buick Super
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